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Dixie Jamboree

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Published 1944
Topics Musical


You can find more information regarding this film on its IMDb page.


Run time 1:08:50
Production Company P.R.C. Pictures
Audio/Visual sound, b&w

Reviews

Reviewer: katperrr - - May 10, 2014
Subject: Dixie
Other than the ridiculous portrayal of Blacks and Native Americans, it was an enjoyable film.
Reviewer: The_Emperor_Of_Television - - April 25, 2013
Subject: Pleasant fluff
Stereotyping through the film (of Black servants, cliche Native-Americans and french women...), but oddly enough I found it to be enjoyable.

Good quality upload too!
Reviewer: DJ Psychomike - - August 24, 2009
Subject: Ok time waster
While it is fun to watch the character actors it would have been nice to have more Langford. No worse than most sitcoms, it has its moments.
Reviewer: malary - - March 31, 2009
Subject: Good Musical
This one was better than I thought it would be. I agree with Poplar House (reviewer below); Langford's singing really saves the film from being a little too corny. I especially liked the song 'Big Stuff'; that little girl was too cute and Langford sang the song beautifully. I remember Langford singing 'Once Upon a Wintertime' in the Disney cartoon musical 'Melody Time'; it was terrific. If you find the movie unbearable, at least 'fast forward' and watch this number (it's towards the last 1/3 of the film I think). The way that the trumpet player licks his lips before he played was so weird and annoying; then again, he's supposed to be that way I guess. I thought the ending was terrible. Overall a pretty good film
Reviewer: Jah Gussi - - March 10, 2005
Subject: gmm
gmm
Reviewer: Poplar House - - February 6, 2005
Subject: A jamboree of familiar faces
Dixie Jamboree (PRC, 1944) is a fun musical loaded with character actors. It stars Frances Langford, Guy Kibbee, Eddie Quillen, and Charles Butterworth. Lyle Talbot is getting a little thicker in this movie, more like his TV self. Frank Jenks, Louise Beavers, Fifi DOrsay, Joe Devlinwhat a cast! The plot involves disreputable sharps trying to steal the formula for a booze-like elixer from a riverboat captain, but it's the parade of character actors and Langford's singing that make this worth watching.
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